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I need to try out that dance one day.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
The problem with this documentary is that while I can understand that Apu has negatively affected a number of Middle Eastern people, he is mostly a positive character. Aside from a few problems, Apu is loved by the town, a hard worker, a good friend, and a good husband/father. He could've easily been a one-note stereotype (imagine if he was a Family Guy character...), but the writers gave him a likeable personality. Don't forget...the show is chock full of stereotypes.…
Nostalgia in full effect!
The tale of a group of young prehistoric creatures on a long, dangerous journey to a safe haven (The Great Valley) is just as engaging, touching and entertaining as it was when I saw it as a kid.
Don Bluth and his team did an excellent job on the animation that still holds up to this day. The same goes for the late James Horner's great music score. I felt like a kid again; memories of…